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Private Beach?

 2019 in Hyannis: Sign says private.  (My photos) PUCK:  How can a beach be private? I am a crow. I can go there.

Puck's rules

 do not include these:

Officially, Mormons are supposed to be almost entirely vegetarian. (Puck is pro-meat.)

Missionaries Can Only Call Home Twice a Year? Historically, missionaries didn’t get to see their families, either. If they wanted to talk to them, they had to wait until Christmas because Mormon missionaries were only allowed to call home twice a year—on Christmas and Mother’s Day. (Puck advises you talk to your mom every day.)

According to the missionary handbook, they can “never go swimming.” Ever. (Puck can't swim but likes water. Bad rule.)

AND this one PUCK (and Otis) definitely do NOT agree with:

The church has a committee called “The Strengthening Church Members Committee,” which is sort of like a Mormon version of the NSA. They spend all their time reviewing and keeping files on every church member – especially about everything the members write (or blog).  Mormon church leaders do not tolerate any criticism by anyone at any time.

Thus, Puck insists rules are made to be broken.  Otis offers Puck as evidence:

OTIS recommends this rule:

The Mormon church instructs every member to keep an emergency shelter ready with a three-month supply of the food they eat daily. (Maybe a year's worth of birdseed, too, Puck said.)


 [mormon 101:]

[10 Crazy Little-Known Rules of Mormon Life:]



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